Football.London’s Alasdair Gold has helped ease Spurs fans’ fears about losing Harry Kane in the summer by revealing that Tottenham continue to insist that the striker is not for sale.
A lot has been said and written about Harry Kane’s future over the last few weeks.
It was reported previously that despite Kane attracting interest from some clubs around Europe, the 27-year-old has accepted that he would be a Spurs player next year since no one is likely to meet Daniel Levy’s £175m valuation of the striker.
However, The Athletic claimed last week that the England captain had made up his mind to tell the Tottenham hierarchy that he wants out in the summer if the club do not get back into the Champions League.
While Gold admitted that Kane is desperate to play in Europe’s premier club competition, the journalist insisted that it is unlikely that any club would be prepared to pay what Tottenham would demand for the striker.
Tottenham’s Champions League hopes took another blow yesterday after they were beaten 3-1 by Manchester United.
Harry Kane situation remains the same. Of course he wants Champions League footy but Spurs continue to say he's not for sale. A club would have to offer huge money. Would/can anyone do that this summer for an incredibly talented 28-year-old but with a history of ankle injuries?
— Alasdair Gold (@AlasdairGold) April 10, 2021
Spurs Web Opinion
The only thing that makes me optimistic that we will hold on to Kane is the fact that he is a model professional who is not going to sulk if he does not get a move. So that means that clubs would have to pay what Levy is demanding which I simply do not see happening this summer.
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